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    A review summarised by a National Institute for Health Research Signal examines whether enriching hospital food with energy or protein can improve nutrition in older people in hospital

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    Introducing new roles, such as that of nursing associate, is challenging. This literature review offers guidance to leaders and workforce planners, and comes with a handout for a journal club discussion

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    Nutritional deficiencies are one of the risk factors for developing pressure ulcers. As part of the Stop the Pressure campaign, NHS Improvement has published useful resources to help staff reduce patients’ risk

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    An acute orthopaedic ward in Nottingham has reduced falls, pressure ulcers and complaints using enhanced supervision and #EndPJparalysis. This article explains how staff are keeping patients physically mobile and socially engaged

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    Patients with coeliac disease need to adhere to a gluten-free diet, including when they are in hospital. This means staff in catering departments and on wards need to be aware of the condition and its consequences

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    This overview of the assessment and management of wound infection includes information on antimicrobial wound products and comes with a self-assessment enabling you to test your knowledge after reading it

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    Ensuring that surfaces are clean and adequately disinfected is vital for patient safety and is a legal requirement

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    This overview of the assessment and management of wound infection includes information on antimicrobial wound products and comes with a self-assessment enabling you to test your knowledge after reading it

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    A new training programme aims to boost the confidence and improve the skills of healthcare support workers in North West London

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    Part 1 of this two-part series on injection techniques describes the evidence base and procedure for administering an intramuscular injection

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    Nurses have a vital role in ensuring effective decontamination of the healthcare environment and mobile care equipment

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    At the East Yorkshire School of Endoscopy, nurses and healthcare assistants working in endoscopy departments can take a one-day course encompassing theoretical learning backed up by simulation training

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    Nurses play a vital role in the auditing of cleaning and disinfection in healthcare settings, as well as in using audit results to improve patient safety

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    Part 2 of this two-part series on injection techniques describes the evidence base and procedure for administering a subcutaneous injection

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    After involving a range of stakeholders, NHS Improvement has published new guidance on definition and measurement of pressure ulcers, to reduce disparities in reporting

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    A nurse degree apprenticeship scheme in north-west England is demonstrating that apprenticeship is an effective strategy for nurse education and recruitment

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    Effective mouth care is essential for patients’ dignity and can help prevent healthcare-acquired pneumonia. This article identifies suitable mouth care products for hospital patients

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    Effective oral hygiene and denture care are crucial for patients’ health, and a fundamental nursing responsibility. This article describes principles and techniques of good mouth care

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    Should all hospitals adopt open visiting hours? This article discusses some of the arguments for and against unrestricted hospital visiting, considering the evidence and the ethical aspects

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    Choking is a life-threatening emergency that nurses must be able to recognise and treat. This article explains how to deal with choking in adults and will be followed by an article about choking in children

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